Why 340B Matters
Click here to see infographics highlighting 340B disproportionate share (DSH) hospitals, including their treatment of low-income patients and their provision of uncompensated care and specialized services.
See how hospitals use 340B savings to help vulnerable patients. Read more.
Faces of 340B
340B is more than a drug purchasing program. It’s a life saver for vulnerable uninsured and underinsured patients. Read more.
Videos: Why 340B matters
Watch as hospital providers from across the country explain how access to 340B drug discounts enables their institutions to fulfill their safety-net mission. Watch the videos.
Analysis of 340B Disproportionate Share Hospital Services Delivered to Vulnerable Patient Populations
340B Health commissioned the research firm Dobson DaVanzo & Associates to conduct an analysis of hospitals using 2014 Medicare cost report data to determine the extent to which 340B disproportionate share (DSH) hospitals are targeting their services to vulnerable patient populations. Read more.
Analysis of Patient Characteristics among Medicare Recipients of Separately Billable Part B Drugs from 340B DSH Hospitals and Non-340B Hospitals and Physician Offices
340B Health commissioned the research firm Dobson DaVanzo & Associates to conduct an analysis of providers in the Medicare Part B drug market to examine demographics. Read more.
340B Program Helps Hospitals Provide Services to Vulnerable Patients: Results from a Survey of 340B Health Members
The program funds free and reduced-price medications for the needy – and much more. From neighborhood clinics to medication management services and even patient transportation to hospitals, 340B savings improve the health of underserved Americans every day. Read the report.
HRSA's Proposed Omnibus Guidance Would Jeopardize 340B Hospitals: Results from a Survey of 340B Health Members
The Health Resources and Services Administration’s 2015 proposed guidance on the 340B Drug Pricing Program may have intended to cut through previous confusion in the administration of the program, but a survey of 340B Hospitals indicates the proposed guidance would cause significant harm to hospitals that rely on 340B to provide critical care in their communities. Read the report.